Support from community support organisations

Not everyone has family, friends or neighbours to check on them. Community support organisations have been set up across North Yorkshire. If you or someone you know needs help they can call North Yorkshire County Council on: 01609 780 780 every day between 8am and 5.30pm.

Visit the North Yorkshire County Council website for updates on council services affected by the coronavirus.

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Coronavirus support services

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Gallows Close Centre

We have been delivering food parcels to low income families and vulnerable adults isolating on their own. (Still available). Donated refurbished push bikes for free to NHS staff frontline staff (Still available). Care packs donated to carers. ...


Scarborough & Ryedale Carers Resource - Ryedale Community Support Organisation

The Ryedale Community Support Organisation includes: Support for individuals - for those in greatest need with no network of family/friends to help. We support with Food and Medication collection; supporting with regular telephone befriending ...


Age UK North Yorkshire & Darlington COVID-19 Support

We are seeking volunteers to offer support during the COVID-19 outbreak. Telephone Befriending Coronavirus has left many people feeling lonely or isolated, our Good Friends befriending service is here to help those in Darlington, Harrogat...


SPARKS Project

During the coronavirus we are support people with shopping, prescriptions, care packages and telephone support.


Nidderdale Plus Community Hub

We are supporting our communities through a network of volunteer coordinators. There are 13 volunteer networks throughout Nidderdale and Washburn, and when residents get in touch with us with a query or need, we direct them on the the volunteer coor...


Community Works

Community Works is one of 23 Community Support Organisations working with North Yorkshire County Council. Our advice to anyone self-isolating is to ask for help from family, friends, neighbours and trusted local groups. For anyone who doesn’t have so...